Tequila Avión is made using the finest Blue Weber Agave in the highest regions of Jalisco, Mexico (7,000 feet above sea level). This elevation creates more depth and character in the agave. The Agave is low roasted in brick ovens under low temperatures. Afterwards, Ultra Slow Filtration occurs removing all particles to create the smoothest tequila possible. The entire process takes 10x longer than the traditional technique, creating a “moment of elevation.”
To earn the distinction of reposado, tequilas must be aged for a minimum of two months — Avión Reposado is aged for six months in oak barrels, a labor-intensive process that means up to 30% more agave are used in making one bottle of Avión Reposado.